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what's the best car cover for 997 Carrera 4 convertible?  For indoor garage use to protect from dust and paint scratches (kids bumping into).  I don't necessarily care if it is custom fit as long as it does it is job and I also read about the custom fit that they are so tight they are to get on.  Any recommendation would be appreciated

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If it's for indoor use why not buy a low cost one and replace every two years?  They get pretty dirty and are hard to clean.  A really expensive one both breathes and is waterproof.


The one I have now is not water proof but it does keep dust and bird droppings off.  It cost about £20 and is listed as medium car size.  

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I have the Stormforce outdoor breathable cover, cost about £150 but it is a really good one. It is fitted, but tight; yes, but no real challenge to put on or take off.

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Check out autochic.com who I believe is in your neck of the woods. I have the lightweight poly/cotton which is a custom fit. I also use it outdoors but it is mainly intended for indoor use. Easy to wash and dry at home too. I think I paid about $140. I am now on my second one and love it.

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